Human Resources Technician - Workers Compensation and Risk

City of Oceanside

The City of Oceanside is currently accepting applications for a current and future vacancies for the position of Human Resources Technician - Workers Compensation and Risk. There is currently one vacancy in the Workers Compensation and Risk Division. This is the advanced journey-level clerical class within the Human Resources-Workers Compensation and Risk classification series.

The Human Resources Technician – Workers Compensation and Risk assumes technical and paraprofessional responsibility for workers compensation, safety and risk management case work and related services. The position supports administration of workers' compensation services and benefits in collaboration with the City's Third Party Administrator (TPA); files workers compensation claims through the TPA web-based system; maintains confidential case files; collects data, interprets rules, regulations, policies and procedures; reviews a variety of documents and makes recommendations to the Risk Manager; provides general information and technical assistance to employees regarding the workers' compensation program, including their respective claims and/or benefits; arranges Return to Work accommodations for industrial injuries; maintains designated/assigned workers' compensation files; attends quarterly claim reviews; verifies monthly temporary disability payments inclusive of 4850 benefits; interacts regularly with the City's TPA, City employees across all departments and management levels, the City's Medical Provider Network (MPN), and relevant vendors; preparation and auditing of monthly invoices; composes and prepares routine reports and correspondence; and performs other job related work as assigned.

Applicants must possess three years of experience performing duties equivalent to that of a Human Resources Assistant - Workers Compensation and Risk and completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by college level coursework in human resources management or public administration.

An Associates Degree or 60 transferable units from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of the experience requirement.

A Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university in Human Resources Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field of study may be substituted for two years of the experience requirement.

Total degree credit toward experience will not exceed two years.

• Completion of a program of study through an accredited college or university, resulting in a Certificate in Human Resource Management is highly desirable.
• Completion of a program of study with focus in workers compensation from the Insurance Institute or equivalent, resulting in a Certificate in Workers Compensation is highly desirable.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 7, 2018 at 4PM. Please apply on our website at:



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